March 17, 2013

Weekend Writing Warriors: Unicorns, Demons and Witches... RUNNING FROM SHADOWS! #8Sunday #PlayListVid


Thank you for stopping by. I'm excited to participate with such a fantastic group of writers! Check out other warriors here!

Today I'm sharing from my (unpublished) young adult paranormal romance Running From Shadows, currently being read by a lovely agent!! Squee!! 

Follow Greta Shore (a 17-year-old, black-haired wiccan beauty) and Paxton "Pax" Craig (an 18-year-old, blond-haired college student with a dark secret) as they discover the fate of their forbidden love.
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(Read last week's post) Set-up... Pax has told Greta that he's a unicorn. A unicorn!!! So, of course, Greta is all: sure, yeah, whatever... Prove it! But Pax is being stubborn, so Greta takes off for the Red Forest. Pax stops her, but will he do what she asks?

Cover Art by Danielle Fine

I let out a breath I hadn’t realized I’d held onto and turned toward the sound of his voice. His lips pressed into a hard line, almost as if he wanted to say something else but didn’t. “Why? You gonna shift?”

“No.”

I spun away from him.

“I’ll show you my horn.”
 

“Really?”

Tune in next week for more Greta and Pax!! ;)

Thanks again for stopping by! Your support and feedback is greatly appreciated!


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Because being a warrior is hard work, here's a vid from the Running From Shadows playlist to reward all you sexy, sweaty peeps ;)
 
I Just Wanna Run by The Downtown Fiction
(Track #3)


 
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*Check out the USA Today recommended book trailer for Witch Way to Turn!! here

16 comments:

  1. That certainly sounds like it would be interesting.

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  2. This premise sounds awesome and I love the play on words. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Oh that is a GREAT excerpt and I'm definitely chuckling. How can she resist LOL???

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  4. LOL! 'I'll show you my horn' awesome. Thanks for sharing.
    My 8

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  5. LOL. Oh, I just love a good double entendre!

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  6. I want to see her horn. I loved this. Great eight and can't wait for more. I just love this story. :-)

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  7. Is that what they're calling it these days? LOL I just hope Greta can handle it. :) Great snippet!

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  8. If a double entendre was intended, I totally missed it.

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  9. "I'll show you my horn"...

    Kids these days... Esh...

    Good job, Karen ;)

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  10. LOL Oh that was priceless. Loved it.

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  11. You can't trust an animal with a sharp pointed screw horn.

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  12. Blond, handsome, smart and a horn? Where was he when I was young?

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  13. I haven't heard that line before. But I'm certainly intrigued.

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